Welcome to the Reclaiming your authentic self online course
Owning and accepting that you are out of alignment with your authentic self
Knowing how to bring yourself back into alignment with your authentic self

Owning and accepting that you are out of alignment with your authentic self

Owning and fully accepting that you are out of alignment brings you back into alignment

As soon as you become aware that you are out of alignment with your authentic self, the fastest path to bringing yourself back into alignment is to fully accept and own that you are out of alignment. Fully accepting and owning that you are out of alignment means consciously acknowledging that you have been snared by a belief, judgement or story. When you fully accept and take ownership of the belief, judgement or story that is taking you out of alignment, you begin to move back into alignment with your authentic self. This means taking ownership of the fact that you have been triggered and having the courage to fully accept and embrace what arises as an important part of your healing journey. 

The judgment, story or belief that is triggering you immediately begins to lose its power over you when you fully accept and acknowledge its effect. It loses its power because you are consciously taking a step back from your reaction and in doing so you start to disidentify from your attachment to the judgement, belief or story. When you disidentify, the belief or judgement no longer has power over you and you can begin to step outside it. When you disidentify from a belief you begin to reclaim the freedom, truth and joy of your authentic self. 

All judgements, beliefs and stories can only have power over us if we gain a strong sense of identity from them. When a strong sense of our identity is tied to a belief we will feel the need to protect ourselves when this belief is being challenged. We defend the belief as though it is a part of our body and this creates the same emotional reaction as a threat to our physical safety and wellbeing. Fear, grief, anger, sadness and many other emotions arise when our beliefs are threatened. The strong identification with a belief is what essentially takes us out of alignment with our authentic self because in that moment we cannot see that the truth of who we are exists outside the limitations of beliefs, stories and judgements.